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GŁnter Bartsch (Mail)
| BASIC compiler: AQB 0.8.2|
By his compiler AQB, GŁnter Bartsch aims to implement a modern, clean, Amiga compatible and future-proof BASIC that is geared to, but no clone of Microsoft's AmigaBASIC and QuickBASIC, respectively (amiga-news.de reported).
About the new version 0.8.2 (detailed changelog) the author stated:
"The new features and changes correspond to a colorful hodgepodge, because I have essentially worked through the wishes and especially the bug reports of the users, which came in large numbers since the last release. New features were mainly in the runtime: for example, there are now instructions and functions for the sound output. There are also new tutorials and a simple music demo program:
The input/output system has undergone a significant overhaul, the runtime now provides the complete set of instructions and commands for text input and output both on the screen and in files (though support for direct access and binary files is still missing). Furthermore I added some functions for string processing, also here the runtime is now much more complete than before.
The bug fixes run through all areas, but central are the numerous bug fixes in the compiler, which should significantly improve both the stability of the compiler itself and the quality of the generated code." (dr)
[News message: 28. Jan. 2022, 12:57] [Comments: 0]
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